Top African Goal Machine is still up for grabs, and Kaizer Chiefs are still a contenders.

Musa Kamara

Top African Goal Machine is still up for grabs, and Kaizer Chiefs are still a contender.

The Kaizer Chiefs have been linked to a number of players, particularly strikers. The team is looking for a quality striker who will add variety to their attack.

The striker type Arthur Zwane is looking to sign on with Kaizer Chiefs to lead up the attack and simply add variety and variety to the attack has not been kept a secret.

Caleb Bonfils Bimenyimana, Wayde Lekay, Darren Smith, and Fuad Johnson have all been on trial with Kaizer Chiefs thus far, but none of the players have impressed the head coach of the team enough.

Kaizer Chiefs can still pursue Musa Kamara, according to insiders, and they have been in touch with him in an effort to entice him back to the club after the controversy surrounding his contract. Now that it has been resolved, Musa Kamara is free to travel to South Africa for trials.

Even though a source claims that other Algerian clubs are considering a transfer for Leone Stars striker Musa Noah Kamara (Tombo).

After having a successful season with Bo Rangers, the 22-year-old has hinted that he wants to move on.

Musa “Tombo” Kamara, a forward for Sierra Leone, has discussed how a controversial incident derailed his trip to South Africa in preparation for a potential transfer to Kaizer Chiefs. Here is what he said in an interview with KickOff:

“I was supposed to go to South Africa on July 14 to go and do medicals but there are people who spoiled the deal for me,”.

“These people called Kaizer Chiefs and told them a lot of negative things about me, so they spoiled everything.

“These people include the chairman of the club (Bo Rangers) that I played for here in Sierra Leone and some people at the FA who had my passport.

“My passport was taken while I was training with the squad for the CHAN qualifier but then I spoke to them when this opportunity came, I showed them my ticket because I needed to travel, and they gave me back the passport.

“I was meant to go to South Africa for medicals and other stuff, but they refused to insist that I should go and play in the CHAN qualifier.

“They then called Kaizer Chiefs and said a lot of negative things which spoiled everything.

“Kaizer Chiefs bought me that ticket, but it has been cancelled now.

Other than Kaizer Chiefs, it is currently unknown which club has reportedly expressed interest in signing Musa N Kamara.

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